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SAT Unit 8 Vocabulary
allege To assert without proof or confirmation To declare “Police allege that this man tried to lure a child into his car…”
allude To refer to casually or indirectly In a job interview, it is best not to allude to your previous arrests!
compatible Able to get along or work well together; Capable of use with something else
MENTAL CALMNESS composure Captain Sullenberger, who landed a plane on the Hudson River
detached Emotionally removed Calm and objective indifferent
detriment Injury or damage, or that which causes injury or damage
engender To cause To produce
enigma An obscure saying; anything inexplicable (unexplain- able); a puzzle
ephemeral Short-lived Fleeting temporary
fluctuate To move or constantly change
Gullible Easily duped, fooled
heresy Opinion contrary to accepted religion; Opinion contrary to popular belief Joan of Arc
incorrigible Not correctable
incumbent The holder of an office
Drowsy, dull, heavy lethargic
nominal So small as to be hardly worth the name Being trifling in comparison with the actual value; minimal.
omnipotent Almighty Having unlimited power or authority All-powerful
pensive Dreamily thoughtful; expressing thoughtfulness with sadness
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